Monthly Archives: September 2014

How successful are you?

Barnes and Noble started emailing me coupons and advertisements over a year ago. I usually just delete them, but this last time I decided to check out their offering. As usual I was not interested but it spurred a thought … Continue reading

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Void

It became an interesting discussion amongst a group of Christian men. One of them had mentioned his intention to share the gospel with an unbelieving acquaintance that was ill and hospitalized. However, when he arrived, the person’s family and some … Continue reading

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Rechabites

The Rechabites: These were a semi-nomadic Kenite group, related to Moses’ father-in-law, descended from Hammath, the father of the house of Rechab. The originator of their rules was Jonadab, a faithful follower of the Lord and a strict observer of … Continue reading

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Two Birds of a Different Feather

A few years back I recall sitting motionless in a chair on the screened in porch of our cabin on Tussey Mountain, a hen turkey pecked her way closer and closer. She would scratch in the leaves and then peck … Continue reading

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“Who are you?”

And the evil spirit answered and said, “Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are you?” (Acts 19:15) When the Apostle Paul came to Ephesus God worked unusual miracles by his hands. The scripture says that handkerchiefs and … Continue reading

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The Generation to Come

God commanded the Israelites to teach their children the commands given to them in the law. They were to do this diligently and often –“when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you … Continue reading

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Ribbons

“Set your mind on things above, not on things on the earth.” (Col 3:2) The rectangular cement block building originally housed pigs before our family bought the property. Then my father raised chickens on one side and used the other … Continue reading

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